While the once huge Roman Stadium is mostly hidden under the pedestrian mall, in 2012 the subterranean southern back end was further...
Danov House, dedicated to renowned writer and publisher Hristo Danov and several other Bulgarian authors, contains a re-creation of a...
Philippopolis Art Gallery
Bulgaria’s first private art gallery, this occupies the well-restored Hadzhi Aleko house (1865). It boasts works by 19th- and...
In the shopping centre west of Dzhumaya Mosque, this popular place offers mixed musical styles and is popular with students by night.
Philippopolis Restaurant & Café
Formerly just a cafe, this restaurant belonging to the eponymous art gallery has a garden section with views, and indoor dining too....
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Dzhumaya Mosque information
The largely renovated Dzhumaya Mosque, one of the Balkans’ oldest, dates from the mid-15th century. With a 23m-high minaret, it was the largest of Plovdiv’s more than 50 Ottoman mosques, though its thunder has slightly been stolen by the renovated Roman Stadium remains just opposite.